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David Bowie: "I have done just about everything that it's possible to do"

Mick Brown, Daily Telegraph, 14 December 1996

THROUGHOUT THE '70s, David Bowie did not have fans. He had acolytes, disciples, obsessives; teens and twentysomethings who would buy every record, watch every move, copy his clothes, his haircuts – the upswept flaming bush of Ziggy Stardust, the soul-boy quiff of Young Americans – his attitude.

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